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GamePro: No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle Review

An ambitious deconstruction of the tired hack-n-slash genre, 2008's No More Heroes introduced gamers to hot-headed otaku-turned-assassin Travis Touchdown's blood-soaked trek to the top of the United Assassins Association charts. Wildly successful in North America and Europe, No More Heroes brought already established Grasshopper Manufacture and director Suda51 into the stateside spotlight once more with its absurd sense of humor, bucketfuls of blood, and plethora of pop culture references. It was a bona fide hit, even though it debuted on the Wii, a platform where "mature" titles usually don't succeed, and its close-quarters combat, eye-popping art-style, and killer soundtrack makes it one of the most innovative titles to date.

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EvilTwin3128d ago

Goin' home to play it now.